Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development Strategy

GGC has formulated strategies to manage social responsibility. It considers compliance with internationally recognized sustainability guidelines, such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), as well as GGC’s business direction and growth. There are three main components under the

“3 Big Moves Strategy”, as seen below.

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR Strategy)

GGC has continuously carried out projects and activities for communities and society in collaboration with its stakeholders. GGC is determined to be a part of economic development, as well as to promote a good quality of life for communities and society. In 2020, GGC undertook various projects to solve social problems and meet the needs of society through its business processes, in line with the company's strategy. Outstanding projects are as follows:

Green Health Project

GGC operates the Green Health Project to extend the company's line of products, using existing products as main ingredients in producing alcohol gel, alcohol spray, and liquid hand soap to reduce the risk of infection during the COVID-19 pandemic. By 2020, GGC has produced and distributed more than 4,000 bottles of hand sanitizer spray to 25 communities in Rayong Province, along with government agencies, and private sector organizations.

In addition, GGC also supplies glycerin to the community enterprise of the Luffala Group in Rayong Province. GGC supports this community enterprise to produce more than 1,600 liters of liquid hand soap products to distribute to hospitals in provinces such as Prachinburi, Chiang Mai, etc.

Business Value
  • PR Value of 16,061,226 THB in 2020.
  • Build a business network to produce cleaning products with two external agencies.
  • Develop three cleaning products that contain glycerin as the ingredient.
  • GGC has gained the confidence and trust of the communities and society.
Value to Society and the Environment
  • 25 communities participated in the project.
  • Promote good hygiene for over 60,000 individuals.
  • Generate an income of 70,777 THB for the Luffala Community Enterprise in 2020.

Green Health Model

The “Green Health Model” project is an activity under the Green Health Project. The activity aims to raise awareness around personal health and developing healthy behaviors among children and young people.

This includes preventing germs from entering the body by washing hands properly to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, including:

  • Respiratory infections, such as the common cold and influenza.
  • Gastrointestinal infections, such as diarrhoea, hepatitis A, and dysentery.
  • Communicable diseases from direct contact, such as conjunctivitis, fungal disease, skin inflammation, scabies, and herpes.
Business Value
  • PR Value of 985,283.50 THB in 2020.
  • GGC has gained the confidence and trust of the communities and society.
Value to Society and the Environment
  • Seven schools participated in the pilot project.
  • 90% of students in participating schools are in good health, with no contagious illnesses.

The ThinkCycle Bank Project

GGC and PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited collaborated on the “ThinkCycle Bank project: Recycling to Change the World” under the circular economy concept.

In 2020, GGC has built waste management systems for schools under the company's responsibility in Rayong and Chonburi Provinces. This project helps educate students on waste separation, generates additional income for students through the establishment of a recycling waste bank, as well as helps distribute income to communities through community waste purchasers and community enterprises.

Business Value
  • GGC has gained the confidence and trust of the communities and society.
Value to Society and the Environment
  • Two schools participated in this project.
  • Generated an income of 5,568 THB for students.
  • 2,149 kg of waste was purchased under the project.